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could, only do you really .want me
for myself or for the work?"
"For yourself, darling!" exclaimed
the professor with sudden rapture.
"When I sit here and look at that old
moon, why, he just seems to be
watching us and telling us to be as
n happy as we can, "the dear old fel
And the man in the moon saw two
people kissing behind the telescope.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
SAYS BILLIE BURKE
The successful woman is not the
one who only knows how' to work,
but the one who knows how to rest
as well as work.
Thank the fates that summer is
the time of rest for the actress. After
the long season which I haye had this
year it certainly looks good to me. I
shall just res, t at my home for a while
and over in England for a couple of
months. I shall put the theater out
of my life. I will try to keep out of
doors the whole day long, and do you
know I wish I -would not have to see
an electric light or a theatrical poster
during the whole time.
athletic togs and negligees. To really
rest, one must have an entire change,
and most of my year is spent in so
ciety gowns under the electric lights.
Every girl who works should have
at least two weeks of rest, but don't
plan so many new clothes and other
fineries that you will not enjoy your
outing, remembering the debts you
have incurred. If you have skirt and
waist that are suitable to wear on a
long tramp and a daintier pair of
shoes and shirtwaist for evening you
can also invest in a becoming negli
gee to wear about your room.
I am advising you to take a negli
gee because I think that part of your
summer rest should be spent in a
loose gown with every nerve relaxed,
while you let even your brain remain
fallow for hours at a time.
Here is my regime for summer
rest; Outdoors as much as possible
and when indoors as much liberty
from the tight corsets, shoes and
other conventional bits of woman's
attire as possible.
ONIONS IN CIDER
Boil three-quarters of a pound of
small white onions; put them into a
saucepan with two ounces of butter
and a little flour and cook till they
turn a good color. Add about a quar
ter or half a pint of white cider, and
before they have finished cooking
season with pepper and grated nut
meg. When the liquid is reduced
serve at once. The onions can also
be put into the oven, sprinkled with
Parmesan cheese and melted butter
Daily Health ogram.
Acute inflammatory rheumatism is
due to an infection which travels to
the joint through the blood. It may
enter through one of several places,
but the usual place where it gets in is
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the bank. Jackson Yes, I lost my